Randy Peters is the new LARM Field Auto Adjuster/Loss Control Assistant. Randy has 19 years of experience in the insurance claims field. As an adjuster he has worked casualty, property, auto, farm/ranch and commercial claims. Prior to entering the insurance field, Randy was employed as a police officer and police detective for the Norfolk Police Division and is a graduate of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center.
Randy earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Farm Equipment Mechanics from Northeast Junior College in Sterling, Colorado, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Management from Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska and a Master of Science in Education degree from Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska. Randy is currently working towards obtaining his Property/Casualty Insurance License from the State of Nebraska.
Randy teaches classes in Norfolk at Northeast Community College in Criminal Justice and Sociology, and has taught Sociology at Little Priest Tribal College in Winnebago. Randy is also a certified Collision Estimator with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
Randy resides in Norfolk with his wife and in his spare time he enjoys skiing, golfing, driving his Corvette and playing with his grandchildren.